Tuesday, July 5, 2022

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Long-duration space flight affects astronauts’ brains, study

It also forces you to think about some basic questions of science and how life evolved here on Earth.

Improving MRIs with modern simulations

Engineers find more efficient models to analyze contrast agents that find disease.

Motivation depends upon the fluctuating rhythms of fatigue

The willingness to work is not static and depends upon the fluctuating rhythms of fatigue.

Microscopic diamond tracers allow high-quality images up to a centimeter below the surface of tissue

Diamonds engage both optical microscopy and MRI for better imaging.

Investigating brain activity during sleep with the help of MRI scans

MRI helps unravel the mysteries of sleep.

When the neuronal fibers are missing, the brain reorganizes itself

A malformation illustrates the incredible plasticity of the brain.

Baby brain scan library could help understand how the brain develops

Hundreds of MRI scans of babies’ brains have been made available online to scientists push forward research.

Automated microscope gives a look inside live cell populations

EPFL scientists have recently come up with a next-generation microscope that can show live cells function and react under various experimental conditions. Called as...

IBS researchers performed world’s smallest MRI on single atoms

Researchers at the Center for Quantum Nanoscience (QNS) within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) at Ewha Womans University in collaboration with colleagues from...

Mini magic MRI scanner could potentially help diagnose knee injuries

Scientists at the Imperial College London have recently come up with a new prototype device- Mini magic MRI scanner to detect injury such as...

New technique tracks brain function 60 times faster than traditional fMRI

The human brain functions rapidly enough that even upon being exposed to stimuli, neurons are activated, prompting subconscious reactions and, a fraction of a...

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